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Barons Nov 9 2010, 05:10 PM Thanks for all the advice.QUOTE(pandy @ Nov 7 2010, 11:36 PM) One way to keep it a little cleaner, or seemingly so anyway, is to Browse other questions tagged css opacity w3c-validation or ask your own question. Students trying to negotiate away penalties for late submission of coursework Can droids be shut down manually? Browse other questions tagged html css or ask your own question.

  1. I am unsure as of yet whether this issue will be corrected before final release.
  2. Does using documentation as a developer make me look unprofessional?
  3. Please help.
  4. The -moz-opacity won't validate though but is only needed for older gecko and could be dropped anyway.
  5. This is similar to trying to validate HTML 2.0 when using HTML 4.01 Strict syntax, cater to the highest denominator ( validation-wise ) basically.
  6. line 381 - Parse Error [empty string] line 295 - Parse Error opacity=70) line 308 - attempt to find a semi-colon before the property name.
  7. The validator will ignore it and your css will validate.. (24th February 23:20)Craig Wrote: Yeah it's the IE-specific filters that are causing it, as they aren't valid (standard) CSS syntax. «

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share|improve this answer answered Jun 3 '15 at 22:35 Stephen Thomas 7,39621028 Nitpicking: A filter property is perfectly valid CSS 3. Edit: Yes apparently I was right, though it will enable transparency in IE5x and IE for mac (which we dont really need to support anymore). filter:Alpha(Opacity=40);
-ms-filter: "progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Alpha(Opacity=40)";

Doesn't work in IE8 but will work in ie5.5 - 7 (because element haslayout via zoom property)

Ie8 RC1's behaviour has changed since IE8 beta2 when You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.

IE6's fix (twinhelix at least) takes up a good 30 lines of code somewhere. 30>6. Why did Ponda Baba and Doctor Evazan in the cantina dislike Luke so much? –connexo Jun 3 '15 at 22:40 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up using Facebook Sign filter:Alpha(Opacity=40) (no quotes)

Works in IE5.5, IE6, IE7 and IE8 RC1

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I validated against "CSS 3" and media="screen" It's reporting 63 errors and 4 warnings. Usage of wish for expressing regret Why isn't Almond Milk (and other non-animal based 'milk') considered juice? Hi, In IE8 beta2 most of the filter versions worked but IE8 RC1 seems a bit more strict however some versions of the old filters are still working. I was just stating that it isn't a standard.(For atleast the time being) –user1632018 Nov 21 '13 at 18:47 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote 2

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It can be ignored if it's doing what you want it to do and you're not bothered about validating your CSS. I think it my work out better if i have another div tag then i should be able to fix the text as well. Thanks Rakesh Prajapati javascript css share|improve this question asked Dec 8 '10 at 9:11 Rakesh Prajapati 31310 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote 1 down vote

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There's not really a lot you can do about that, and in all honesty a lot of what it complains about is just IE-related filters and vendor prefixes. However, I guess we have to assume that support may be dropped completely due to the fact that the old filters don't follow the correct rules for vendor specific extensions and Now I bet you wish you used transparent png files. Not the answer you're looking for?

It belongs to the proposed CSS3 recommendation, so you'll have to instruct the validator to validate against that. I know that it still isn't standard yet, but is there any possible way to get it to validate without removing? pandy Nov 13 2010, 11:52 AM Don't see anything different there except the use of a PNG. check over here Correct, but then you only have to workaround one browser, not many.

Maybe try using a script to change the elements you need after page loads. I just thought the errors about missing semicolons, empty strings, and "too many values" were odd. 24th February, 23:20 Post: #4 Craig Creator Posts: 5,586 Joined: Feb 2010 Reputation: 42 RE: Test Case. Browse other questions tagged css html5 css3 w3c w3c-validation or ask your own question.

filter: "progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Alpha(Opacity=40)" (with quotes)

Works in IE5.5 only

opacity4 ... Using images to create the effect isn't really an option. So if I understand; apply some IE comments to cater for IE and remove moz-opacity and your good to go. Is it ethical to use proprietary (closed-source) software for scientific computation?